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new
www.magicoz.com
amazing

Jan 11 '07 #1
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new wrote:
www.magicoz.com
amazing
Yeah, it *is* really amazing that someone dares to spam for such an
unprofessional homepage. Even too stupid to include a doctype ...
Björn

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BOFH excuse #61:

not approved by the FCC

Jan 11 '07 #2

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What's more amazing is that anyone would click on the link at all given
the increasing number of website that provide hidden content that tries
to deliver spyware or viruses just by getting visitors.

Jeff

Bjoern Schliessmann wrote:
new wrote:
www.magicoz.com
amazing

Yeah, it *is* really amazing that someone dares to spam for such an
unprofessional homepage. Even too stupid to include a doctype ...
Björn

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BOFH excuse #61:

not approved by the FCC
Jan 12 '07 #3

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Dr. Who wrote:
What's more amazing is that anyone would click on the link at all given
the increasing number of website that provide hidden content that tries
to deliver spyware or viruses just by getting visitors.
Me LinuxBoy, me not in danger... SCNR :)

Diez
Jan 12 '07 #4

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Dr. Who wrote:
What's more amazing is that anyone would click on the link at all
given the increasing number of website that provide hidden content
that tries to deliver spyware or viruses just by getting visitors.
How could active input reach *me* if I just fed the W3C validator
with the URL?

Regards,
Björn

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BOFH excuse #184:

loop found in loop in redundant loopback

Jan 12 '07 #5

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